To start, Honda increased tank size, added ground clearance, and increased seat height. It also updated the suspension, revised the airbox, and recalibrated the engine mapping. Peak power is only up 2 hp, but with that new asymmetrical LED headlight, windscreen, and small bump in performance, you can’t help but feel like there’s more to love than the spec sheet suggests. This might not be a true dual-sport class killer, but it’s a nicer balance between practical, affordable, and performance. For a lot of people, including us, that’s something to get excited over.